Roundup: What’s Left to Be Done; Liu Hires; Hoodie Politics

Some members of the City Council wore hoodies today (Photo: Facebook)

Dean Skelos and Shelly Silver on whet’s left to be done this year.

Dan Halloran may have made peace with a hostile publisher.

He kept focused on Israel.

John Liu hired a new campaign treasurer.

Rockland County’s Hasidic community is the focal point in a redistricting lawsuit.

A look at how redistricting affected New York’s various Jewish communities.

Steve Saland’s GOP primary challenger officially filed.

Carl Paladino endorsed him.

Rory Lancman was interviewed by Algemeiner.

Bill de Blasio said the NYPD needs even more oversight.

Al Vann is holding what may be his last fundraiser ever.

Senate Democrats are giving Republicans a heads up about their hostile amendments now.

Republicans won’t fight if Governor Cuomo simply orders the health care exchange.

Cuomo said there are “extremists” on both sides of the Legislature.

IDC Spokesman on Ruben Diaz Sr.’s charges against Jeff Klein: “That’s just Senator Diaz being Senator Diaz.”

David Paterson weighed in on Trayvon Martin.

Hoodies aren’t welcome on the floor of the U.S. Congress.

The MTA is upgrading the C-Train.

The Supreme Court continued to hear arguments on the health care law.

Antonin Scalia forgot the “Cornhusker Kickback” isn’t in the bill.

On the presidential race:

Newt Gingrich soldiers on.

Mitt Romney is rich.

George H.W. Bush endorsed him again.

Rick Santorum is doing well with conservative women.

Don’t vote for Rick Perry.

Roundup: What’s Left to Be Done; Liu Hires; Hoodie Politics